A Girl and Her Gator by Sean Bryan and Tom Murphy

The premise of A Girl and Her Gator is delightfully silly: a girl named Claire wakes up and discovers a gator named Pierre in her hair (and yes, the text rhymes throughout). So what’s a girl with a gator to do — or rather, what can she do since she’s bound to attract whispers and stares?

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As it turns out, plenty — according to Pierre, you can go anywhere and do anything with a gator in your hair: eat an eclair, give your brother a scare, go to a fair… And as spunky Claire discovers, it’s OK — in fact, it can be really cool — to be yourself, even if that means walking around with a gator in your hair.

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The hilarious faux reviews on the back cover are a nice touch:

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2 thoughts on “A Girl and Her Gator by Sean Bryan and Tom Murphy

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